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Five Civilized Tribes


These are the first five tribes that Anglo-European settlers generally ... 3 Cherokee; 4 Chickasaw; 5 Choctaw; 6 Muscogee Creek; 7 Seminole; 8 See also .... people originally from the Southeastern U...

Southeast Tribes


The Cherokee first encountered Europeans in 1540 when Hernando de Soto ... Living in Georgia and Alabama, the Creek were a dominant tribe of the southeast . ... The few Seminoles who remained, isolated in southern Florida, continued to ...

Native American Class Website - Seminole Indians


Seminole Indians were once part of a Creek Tribe that lived in Southern Georgia, Oklahoma and Alabama. When Europeans took over their land, they forced ...

The Effects of Removal on American Indian Tribes, Native - National ...


The Choctaw, Chickasaw, Cherokee, Creek, and Seminole tribes lived ... to mid 1700s as a result of conflict between European colonists and tribal villages. ... is now Florida and the southern portions of Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi, ...

Native American History of Seminole County, Georgia - Access ...


On the southwest, it is bordered by Jackson County, FL, and Houston County, AL. ... of the river in the southern half of the county is under the waters of Lake Seminole. ... The landscape that European settlers encountered in the Chattahoochee ...

A Seminole Warrior Cloaked in Defiance | History | Smithsonian


A pair of woven, beaded garters reflects the spirit of Seminole warrior Osceola. ... North, Central and South America, opens October 23 at the George Gustav Heye ... Born in Tallassee, Alabama, in 1804, Powell (hereafter Osceola) was of ... crescent-shaped ceremonial metal gorgets, reminiscent of European knightly armor.

Seminole, Baldwin County, Alabama Land for sale ... - LandWatch


Listings 1 - 15 of 55 ... Seminole, Baldwin County, Alabama: Browse Thousands of Acres of Land for Sale in Seminole, Baldwin County, Alabama.

Florida State Seminoles, Alabama Crimson Tide officially announce ...


Jul 9, 2015 ... Florida State and Alabama will open the 2017 season in the ... Men's International Friendly; European Championship qualifying; World Cup ...

Seminole Indian History and Culture - Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum


There is ample evidence that the Seminole people of today are cultural descendants of Native Americans who were living in the southeastern United States at ... The first Europeans brought with them new diseases (measles, smallpox, the ... Many were Maskókî speakers, from Indian towns across Georgia and Alabama.

Seminole Facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles ...


The Seminole are an American Indian group in southern Florida. ... Throughout the Southeast, European settlers in the eighteenth century caused massive ... of European advancement into traditional Indian territory in Georgia and Alabama.

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SEMINOLE INDIANS - Florida Keys History Museum


At first in the south the Europeans were not interested in areas where there were ... Georgia and Alabama Indians could have given rise to the name Seminole.

Seminole Tribe: Facts, Clothes, Food and History ***


Check out this site for interesting facts about the Seminole tribe. ... They settled in Alabama and Georgia but made their way further south into Florida. ... The Native American Indians began to adopted the European style dress and log-cabin ...

Seminole Tribe of Florida - History, Timeline


1510 - First recorded European contact with Seminole ancestors, Spanish slave ship reaches South Florida peninsula. ... 1813-14 - Creek War in Alabama forces Native survivors to flee southward where they join Florida natives. Gen. Andrew ...

Seminole Indian History


In 1767, Upper Creeks from Alabama, who spoke the Muskogee language, settled ... The Seminoles occupied the Southeastern United States for 12,000 years.

Seminole History - Florida Department of State


The Seminoles of Florida call themselves the "Unconquered People," ... Indians from Georgia and Alabama who migrated to Florida in the 1700s. Conflicts with Europeans and other tribes caused them to seek new lands to live in peace. ... attacked several key locations, and pushed the Seminoles farther south into Florida.